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BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

'BEGA POST. 13FRCE MAIL' ARRANGEMENTS. ,--:r v. : r»r -c, AfUtrVALfLs ?.. ?flAVB; i - Flag iss.'.:1-: i ,| : Timb. , ry via iti-aidw'd | a a.m. .Srfln go 9 a.m. ''??''-'f1' ' 'OtJbtn- .V...'.....','.:...;. 1 6 S,m. r : ' Eurobodalla, I i9 a.ni. ' Mcfruya ...: ? : ? .J 9a.in. ' i/Couday ^wood ? ? ? ? ° a'm ' Goulbuvn ? ? j flaun. n .??- : . : ' i Ix'amoruka ? l.7.3Qp.in. Caudelo ? I 7, SO p.m. ? , Browji Mountain I 7,3() p.ni. 1 ' Mbnaro ' district, via ' ' . -i;-i i , ,? -t ? Jvartienjka ' | 7.30 p.'in. 1 ; 1 Wolnwla' ? ? ? ».s|. 4.30p.m. ? i / : j Merimbula ? ? I 4-3Q J.m. W'dll'sday i Panbula ? ? 1 4,30 p.m. .\iiii^'o ? . f:fiden ? 14.30 p.m. sin 4 ? n J '??? .'I'lMonaro district .....- ] 4.30 p.m. ..VJ .^Jducy, via Br^idw'd 9 a.ni' ''' ? 'Vci)bafgor ' 9 a.-ni. ? Brogo ' 9 aim. »' u '?-' 'Eurobodalla. ? ? fl a.m. ' ' TWirK^av : 'Slornya S a:™' lnursQay 'Braidwood ? ? ? ..-..9 *u. '*'1? ' '? Goulburn'..'..... ? . i9 n.m. s#dl.'i»'. ,vri : . -K«Anerokas- :iv. iiUv..v -7.30 p.m. '? '...

REPORTS. J.G. DOUGHARTY'S REPORT. Melbourne, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

/iTT , , N RTCPORTS. a. o. nouonAHTv's iircrim. 'Melbourne, SfaySil.' ; 4?at (Jattlc.— 1,119 were drawn for the ,w- ck's .supply, the bulk consjrtitip of from good to prime . bccf, Irojn -3ipps fcatid.nrid the W'cstern. 'Disti icL. rTkc,.attenidBnceo£ buyers jiras gooil. from both town and country, Sides p)-cpid at a , -reduction 'onilast.weckV rates; -jitiroin' jVioSffis* per Jicnd, «&CRt 'iiinkiiijgXo^ZSs j^br. lQQ,lbs„ inferior. 20s. Quutatlp&s;— ,1ii»t.bjiHripl;s,fjom £13 to £14 jfis Cd : good do £11 to £12 1(-3. ' Fat Shm;p.i^-i. 101 Were Verined'for this week's v«iipply,;!C(nifi|KlJ«j; .mainly: of medium. jJliverina . ..',#nd profsbrcii yicturiq. wethers. ,. Tkcdcmand for ..good qualify of all kinds was brisk, ' nnd ready -sales wbrc cfieclcd.at . hpll.er price6 than last week. Jiediumai)^ inferior. -yere sold only l-y i.^iqcqjitiug- a jpinrkfed, reduction. ' Quotntjpns Crossbred wfltl)oi^ .:12s to ^0s ;,do ewes 10s to Ifls ? Kivorinn Xvetlic:^, J^cst 10s to li...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

? Ghurch^ Services. ? ? - ? church- of England. JJI VINE SERVICE will be held October 29... Pega. ll a.m. and7.30 p.m. — Rev. Mr. Faunce *?''?» . Catholic. . .5EJASS will be celebrated ojj ' Sunday, as . '#» uujer;— .-'-v October 22, Candelo, II a.m. October 26. Brown Mountain, 11 a.m. October 26. Brown Mountain, 10 a.m. . - October 29, ? JJega, 9 and 11a.m. ? EveningDevotioD8at7p.nl, Wesleyan. SERVICE in connection with the Wesleyan Church will' be beld SB follows : — - , .October 22, Bega, 11 a.tn. and 7 30 p.m. - . Nelson, 3 p.m — J. A, Waddcll. - ; - October 29. Tantawanglo, 11 a.m. ? ? Candelo, 2.30 p.m. ,- 3-T' j : Bega, 7.30 p.m.— J. A. Waddell, |^ J Sega, .11 a.m. — T. H.Jaggers. Presbyterian. TOE Bev, W. Baker will . (D,v.) preach on od Sunday . ?- October 22. ' . - f JSega, II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. . ' Baptist Evangelist. Society SERVICE in coDuecticm with the above will be held inthe Court House on SUNDAY* ' October 29tb, at 3 o'clock p.m.. ' j SCHOOL -OF ARTS, , ? ??? JE'G'...

LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. Singapore. October 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. [rEUTEB'S TELEGRAMS TO. THE ' HERALD.'Ji . Thi Extern Qoestion. Sineanore. October' 13. The Czar of Russia has .written a letter to the Emperor Joseph of Austra, and it, is' reported that he proposes the Russian occupation of Bulgaria, Austria to occupy Bosnia and Herzegovinia. - The fleets of Russia and Austria' are. v.-atching the BosphoruB. ' The 'Russian ambassador, in Paris has. stated that the Czar, is in favour of the, peace, and Russia will only intervene with the consent of. this Great Powers, after a. conference shall have been held. . General Ignatieff has returned to his, post in Turkey! - . The Porte refuses to grant the autonomy of the . Provinces, bjit promises grand re-, forms while they remain a portion of the . Turkish Empire. The porte also proposes, ?to create, a National' Congress, composed of 110 niembers, Mussulmans and Chris tians, partly elective for the , purpose of' executing the reforms suggested. A circular, officially issued by ...

THE TURKO-SERVIAN WAR. GREAT FIGHT BEFORE ALEXINATZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

THE TU11KO-SKUVIAN WAR, Obgat Fioiit Bwoiiii Ai.kxinatz. BelouadEj September 4. — Official des patches soy the entire Turkish nrmy at tacked tbe Servian right wing on Friday The battle lasted until J) o'clock at night, the Servians maintained tlieir positions)' but the Turks being throe limes more numerous, the Servians dually retreated ? ii. :g . j - _:j : ? A a i ? _? - 1 _ ; wiuiiii tuuii juruueu jjusiuuu ut .ajuxiuaiz London, September 4. — A special dcs. patch to tbe Times, from Belgrade, indi cates the crushing defeat end' thorough disorganization .of Tchcmayeff's anny. Taking advantage of the goodwill to wards the English inspired by the arrival of sn ambulance corps with a cash fund of £10,000, the correspondent of the Times got to the front, in company with a number of officers of tlie Geneva Cross, and was. an eye-witness of most of the battle near Alexinntz on .Friday. The battle com menced just as the party reached Alexinatz The following .ire the details of the en gagem...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

J.H. CLOUGH & CO., WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Clougli's Wool Warehouses, C O LLINS-S TBEET, WEST MELBOURNE. Established, 1854. BEG to inform the WOOL-GROWERS of Manaro thattbeir Warehouses, built specially by them for the trade, are uow teady for (he reception of Wool. Their show-room, for the exhibition of wool, is lighted upon an improved principle, and is unequalled iu the Colonies for the opening out and displaying the various clips to the best advantage, which is done under their own personal superintendence, aud every lot beiiig oarefully valued before sale, affords the assurance that (he full market value is securcd in every instance. The Melbourne Market, from the quantity of wool offered for sale each seasou, has secured the attendance of a large number of Buyers direct from England, tbe Continent, and America ; and in consequeucc of tbis concentration of such im portant competition it has for the last few years proved to be the best market in the world...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

tTKBHAKBN XN POPDIARITY bv the cbmpeti; lion of worthless imitations and importaJon* . * -???? mendacionsly represBn-ed tp be equally remedial or fo' pm«ess the eauu? properties. Odolpha SVblfeV Schiedam Aromatic Sehnepps will soon Srire from JJhfi field there trashy competitors. . - Intte meantime tbe pnblichavegnly to exercise j^jjQg^cantian o get bold of the real article. , * H0ll/OFAT*fl PTLIjS. — No more Nervousness.— Wi. V - Thaanoment impurity entcrs the Wood health is , - . ji^lAwl.jtna -nir cetrcs wamta pf the die. I rT?! - ' jujgiinlilfiTflrt- **Cas( theimijnijuesoiit !'' says i ted long experience testifies that ^^SSStoW^*ee6W6«e,,eee' ^.S'8 Sfe^.:,-; ^iWthetic they give »«* life_ and tab W£^ aiB.*lit-leK«ne influence they exercise , SfKfe 7: ; 'S«r?Me^»^nach, Jiver, and other internal WwAchd indigestion iades ^fnr^iheit ' ebnective poller, and therewith -rf niind InaimosiBon for exertion dis Ku« pnrify «nd regolate '»te«dyipg th- action of the

THE DEEPWATER TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

THE DEEPWATER TRAGEDY-. Sergeant Tiiifotby Foley and Mounted Constable Townshend, both stationed at Narrandera, were committed to take 'their trial for tke#manslanghter of William Hcaly, cleric in holy orders. The case hoard at 41 bury, before Ca'p tain JirownriggTI-'.M., oil the 3rd instant, anj tiie evidence'may be thus briefly sum marjaed : — The constables were,in search : of a man named Turner, charged .with* rob bityj a surveyor's campj- and learning that, i manfa^parfihtly Ifi^weriiig €6i the *9ls cription of Turner, Aad gone on to the Bel more Inn, Docpwater, towait for the coach to Hoyfthe constables; leaving their horses on the road,' took their seats on the coach, apd about midnightilrew ufFat the door /of the-hotel. The landlady, according „to her evidence, informed the coachman that thjere was a passenger to go on, and .pro pceeded t-f the room ^vhere^fche unfortunate tnanswils sleeping, . and knocking at his door, told him the': coach- was about to 6 tart, and received...

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, ' R. U. B.'~ Deolmed, with tlianks. ' A. A.' — There should^be no difficulty .in obtaining tho certificnttttthat your cbuditions huve been fulfilled. Once ob tained, you need not fear- Inspectors' visits, even if all the improvements , have be*n rpmnvnrl $bf ^tanbarb;. True tn nur Principles. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1876. ,

THE SYDNEY INFIRMARY. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

THE SYDNEY INFIRMARY. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard) ? j Sir, — I notice in laiBt- issue that your Pan bula correspondent makes a Tourist speak in very disparaging terms of the Sydney^ Infirmary. Now, sir, 'will you allow me to say a few words on the other side? I happened a few months since to be seriously ill, and spent somei tlirfee months in the institution mentioned, awL I can safely sav that more attention ana kindness than were shewn me could not be Experienced anywhere. It is well known that the main building is old and unsuitable, but I must most emphatically deny the statement ' as to '(Jirt, & .What the person referred to as din,' is caused, most probably, by the erection of the buildings at the rear, but I should certainly, not attribute that to the ^'mismanagement of the institution.' ' Haying a vivid sense* of the kindness and attention shewn me ? by the medical gentlemen and nurses of the much-abused Sydney 'infirmary must be my excuse for thus troublin...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Police €ot)rt. — Tuesday next will be court day. Magistrates : — Messrs,. 'Wren, Lnne, Jauucey, and Tnrlintou. *' Bovine Aristocracy. — Mr. K. Ritchie's prize heifer ' Rose of*By long ' lias a line bull calf to Sir William. Tiie youngster is descriljod aa of splendid color, and with the fashionable blood lie carries, should be heard of some day among the prize takers. Our Streets. — As it is decreed %re are not to have a jnunicipality* until legisla tion thrusts it upon us, it would be well that the Towns' Police jAct should not longer remain % dead letter. There , are? Wo nuisances now that we can ? commend' to the notice of the police: the bog in Auckland-street, caused by stoppage of the natural drainage ; and another in Church-street, kept moist by the doyn-11 pipes from the* roof of the new _ Commer-' cial Bank. * * ' , The Races. — The Istewardfi antl com mittee have agreed upon a,,, programme and advertise some £435 to oe run for. We mentioneid last week that Mr. M. M'Namara ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

OUE' TE LEGBAMS, fFnoM our Te^egbarhic Correspondents.^ SYDNEY, October 20. Mr. William Long, merchant, an old colonist, died on Wednesday, aged 8Q yea^s. , r . , ? The Customs Revenue for- the past nina months shows a wnsider^ble urease, over, the coiresbondins period of last. vear. The Yanko Creel; -reserve: was thrown open on \Vednesday; there was a great, rush for selections, an4 . 5100 . acres were., taken up .under Volunteer Land -Orders, Spencer's mechanical; tnuseiyn -wasbrokeu into, and robbed of £150 worth of jewelry. A -woman named -Carroll and her daughter have been arrested ior causing the death, of a woman named Maiy Ann Thompson. Matters have again come to. light that; throw doubts on the ' continuance of the. Pacific Mail Service. ? . Cattle. — Fat : large. Bupply-; biddings: Jta spirited ; prices well maintained. Stores H no operatioap, reported. MELBOURNE, October 20. Acceptances for the Melboume.Cup are. as follows :. — Volo, Venus,. Mountaineer, Bella, M'Gregor, ...

THE SEASON OF 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

THE SEASON' OF.-dSm, ' J The season may now be considered , fairly opened. Tilings looked 'Very1 gloomy' at ! first for. owners of stud horses, but the late rains liave made a decided change' fo? tlie better, and wth the .prospects of a splendid season, breeders 'will bp able io give'their ncnal nffonfmn T do not think there was ever such a - field ?of fashionably bred horses in the district,, as to sires, and a» the mares 'keep on im proving \vith the njpw blood, our district should turn outj some rare horses -fcefore many years ave out. I will endeavour to' make a few remarks on , the' sires now available. With reference to' the».Woo'd horses, of all that stood last year I find only '?Pirate' remains j he lias changed hands nvndis travelling'the ^district, and should, 'get fair-support. 'Ambassador,' thehand- . some son of « Kelpie ' and ' Artjber,' lias .gone to Tumut for a season.^ His*oV'ner. fancies him too innch to .part with him, . and he anxious to see how his youi^g stock ...

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Acarpet snake 16 feet 7 inches in length was killed recently at the Tweed River. Mr. Greville, M.P., is .starring it among his constituents. at Braidwood. Free Selectors Associations have been started at Adaminaby and Micalago, as branches of that at Cooma'- ? Tbe Invercauld lias saiiea irom auemiue with the first of the new clip of wool, carrying G,000 bales. A fearful thunderstorm occurred at Newcastle on Monday evening last Mr. Iiannell's house was struck by lightlying, and his son sustained a severe shock. The new harbour at Trinity Bay, the future rival of Cooktown for the trade of the northern diggings, is said to be a com modious and safe, seaport. The. site for the new town has been fixed aud the survey is now proceeding. Heavy floods occurred at Coomalastweek. The creek running through the to.wnsbip overflowed its bunks,, and great damage' was done to some houses adjacent to tbe creek, and to gardens aftd paddojeks on the flat. The Southern. Argus contai...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Original Correspondence . I Our columns are open to oorrc&pondcucc 011 avy | subject of interest, but we in no way identify | ourselves with tbe ojriuions expressed, i

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

COMMERCIAL. I Bega Standard 'Office, Friday evening. We received the following prices current' by telegram tbis (Fridny) evening * HBNBV PniKSTLT tL Co'fl.PBlCE lilST.' .. ? (By Electric Telegraph.) t ?JE s. d. . ? Mail*. ? . ... 0 3 O per bus - Hides ? ? ... .,. 0 o 8 « lb Pigs ... ... ... _ .,. 0 0 fi ' lb# Bacon... ... ? ,.,0 0 8 ' ' Batter... ... 0 J 3. « ' Cheese - ... ... 0 tO 8 ** (' * Potatoon - .,. ? „ fl 0 0, '- ton Wattle Murk ? ? ? 0 0 0 ' Iod 68 SuBset-street, Sydney, .Ootoiber 20 1876 J. Melmdat's Price List.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Shipping. 'f! - - ? ? ' Illawarra Steam.; Navigation . ? Company; 11 rE15KLY Steamer between SYDNEY * W MERIMBULA, ' TABTHBA, abc j,S KruN. ' ? ' ^ Ki ,1,1) SYDNEY every TUESDAY at 9 a.m Ei Ifjoui EDEN &:MEBIMBDL4 OP FRIDAY iiifining. Qb -all occasions calling al 'J A ftTBA each wax-, weather permitting . Karesalid Freights at Veiy Low Rales. . NO CWge niaSe for Meals during the voyages of these steamers. ! * , , Agents.: Merimbula, Mr. A. T. Gibson ; I'M (in, Mr.Keon ? and at Tarthra.Captain . ,}Wgeaut. ? . . . * Sydney, 14thSMay, 1874. ,.v Reqolab Communication .. Between - SYDNEY, EDEN, and ' \ . 5PABTHBA. ' -fjp HE splendid clipper brigantine ? ? - k ..... j ' Uotedtor'herfasl and regular 'passages, -will in . . futiuo 15UN mtGUEARLY between Sydney ; --'and IGdt'ji, calliuir nt'T.irtbraeach way. / FiT/uUparticulars as to dates'of tailing and ' , atasoftreighVapply to ?. ? g & H- gOLOMON, , v» ?' Eden. ? S. BROWN, \ . WS UCTIONEE R , _y?; jj'sijAHD. AND COMMISSION...

REPORTS. S. W. POLACK'S REPORT. Bega, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

. REPOKTS. S. W. POLACK'S REPORT. j 1 iega, October 18. I 1 report sale of two allotments. Oaudclo, on ncyv-iint of Mr. Gus. Holyshauscr, to Mr. W. Walter, at £B5 eaoh'. O. HAStlNODEN'B REPORT Bega,Ootober 16. Store Cottle.— The' splendid _ j-ain iliat hu* fallen lately has cansed a slight stir in thi® market. I have disposed of abont2B0 privately a* quotations, also SO head by auction. DuIlockSt £4' 10s to £H fi* ; cows, £2 10s to £3 8s : yfiarlings. (El 10b to £2 ; from 1 to 3 years up to £3, accord V? to preponderant 0f . ape. Horsoi.— I have no transaction* to report under, tbis head, but expect to submita few colts by auction shortly. Landed Properties — I-hnfC several desirable properties farsaleand would wish particularly U draw attention tomy sale by auction on tbe 13lh Kovembcr of BflO acres opposite tbe BcmbooVa Stockyard, it being ft vorycboice block. Isold a paddnck (grnsing .land) of 43.ncrcs. yesterday, on account of Mis White, about on ? mile from towrn(.nt£12 13b per...

(By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 October 1876

4 (By Electric Tulegraph .) £- .%'d' Bullet ... - 0 i 0 per?b. Cheese,.. .,1 ,,, -T 0.10 Bacon ? .t. ... 0 0 9 ,Hams ... v,. ... 0 10 Maize .., ... 0 3 0 per bus. Hides .,„ ... 0 0 t per lb. I'ark ... .v ... 8 0 0 per t™. 'Flour ? ? 14 0 0 ' Tallow... ... ... » ... 32 0 0 per ton, Potatoes . ,,. BOO „ 4Sgs,jHsrlb. .., ... 0 0 fi ' 85, Slimed -direct, Sydney, October, 20 187ft.

OUR TELEGRAMS. Sydney, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

oi B TEL EG R A MS. fFBOU OUB ^feLEORiPHftJ CdEaEBPORDBSTS ; n; Sydney; OctoW 27: The turglars, Vaughan and Porter, were' tried, off -one change yesterday; other charges wiU; be proceeded -with -to-day.- Over, three7 hundred articles of stolen pro pertyhayeUeen found on their possession. He Goyernmeat have made important reductions m tneraiiway, passenger rates, the new tariff to eoiijnjeni^ 'on lst^Toyem; fcer. ? ?????? ?? ' His Excellency -the Governor and party reached, Gimda^'yestoday, 'jen rpute for Melbourne.. . . * s * . . A considerable quantity of wreckage of a large vessel, including a figure-head/has been. -washed ashoreatEaramea BayyNew .Zealand., v, ,s s The latest betting on tbte Vietorian Derby is ,5 to ?i against'lfewminBter ; '4 to 1 against Tocal ; others,10,to 1. .'Valentia . and Tocal are in fine' con ditioril * J The Dandenong; .Relief Committee in ! 4S Victoria.^iresented. Capt Irwin'a -widow. 1* with .£250^ -1/J 4...:^ supplies 5 iipmfiSd ?competition ;tb ; l£...

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